As a child Chris Gall was unsuccessful at staying out of trouble, which could possibly be the explain the inspiration behind his book Substitute Creacher.
The children of Ms. Jenkins’s class pull all kinds of pranks on a windswept day in late October when they were expecting a substitute teacher by opening a box of tacks, throwing airplanes, making faces and drawing a third eye on their own forehead impersonating the creacher teacher. But this sub knew all their tricks, and these little darlings could not get away with much of anything. In the end, the children all think Mr. Creacher is the best substitute teacher ever, and the creacher teacher is forever changed.
The book jacket is awesome. When you tilt it the green of Substitue Creacher, it seems to come alive and glows. The story has a cool twist. It will give you goose bumps and shiver your skin. So make sure you are paying close attention to this story or else….
The book is 40 pages long, and it is recommended for children between the ages of five through eight years of age.
Chris Gall is the author of Dinotrux, America the Beautiful, and Dear Fish books. For more information regarding the author Chris Gall, please visit his website at www.chrisgall.com.
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